1. Sara Dobbie is a fiction writer from Southern Ontario, Canada. Her work has appeared in Menacing Hedge, Emerge Literary Journal, Trampset, Mooky Chick, Ellipsis Zine, and elsewhere. She has stories forthcoming from Knights Library Magazine and The Lumiere Review, and poetry forthcoming from Versification.

  2. Sara Siddiqui Chansarkar is an Indian American. She was born in a middle-class family in India and will forever be indebted to her parents for educating her beyond their means. She is a Pushcart and Best of the Net nominee; her work has been published online in Fictive Dream, Spelk Fiction, PidgeonHoles, MoonPark Review, and also in print anthologies.

  3. Sarah McPherson is a Sheffield-based writer and poet, with work published/forthcoming in Splonk, STORGY, Emerge Literary Journal, Fudoki Magazine, The Cabinet of Heed, and elsewhere. She has been long/shortlisted in competitions including Writers’ HQ and Reflex Fiction, and nominated for Best Microfictions 2021.

  4. Sharmila Shankarkumar is a writer based in Redwood "Climate Best by Government test" City. She worked in the exciting world of healthcare consulting for twenty odd years before turning to her first love, writing. She has a hundred odd unpublished stories and is busy writing more.

  5. When Shelby Van Pelt isn’t feeding her flash-fiction addiction, she’s juggling cats while wrangling children. Her debut novel, REMARKABLY BRIGHT CREATURES, is forthcoming from Ecco/HarperCollins in Spring 2022. Her work has been featured by f(r)iction and Funny Pearls and her short story “Carry On” was recently nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

  6. Shelly Jones, PhD is an Associate Professor of English at SUNY Delhi, where she teaches classes in mythology, folklore, literature, and writing. Her speculative work has been published in Podcastle, New Myths, The Future Fire, and elsewhere.

  7. Originally from America’s Heartland, Sherry Morris writes prize-winning flash fiction and short stories from a farm in the Scottish Highlands where she watches clouds, pets cows and scribbles words. In February 2020, she joined the BBC Scottish Voices writer development programme and is working on a script. She is a Northwords Now board member and reads for the wonderfully wacky Taco Bell Quarterly. Her first published short story was about her Peace Corps experience in Ukraine.

  8. Shivangi Bhrigu is an oddball freelance author of South Asian origin and living in good old, frosty Montreal. She has a degree in chemistry, with a minor in psychology, and is currently on the hunt for another interesting major to tackle but loves the fictional world. She devours books and reading challenges, creates universes and story lines (more often in her head than on paper) to then live in them rather than in the real world, has recently gotten obsessed with bullet journaling. During the time that’s left when she is not doing any of the aforementioned, studying or working, she tries to design and make her own clothes.

  9. Sorin Martin is a nineteen year-old EMT currently studying to become a Paramedic, who writes in his free time, though it is his true and ultimate passion.

  10. Stef Smulders is a Dutchman who moved to Italy in 2008 to start a bed-and-breakfast in the Oltrepo Pavese wine region south of Milan. In 2016 he published ‘Living in Italy: the Real Deal’, a collection of short stories about his life as an expat.